What you need to know about Sound Therapy
Did you know Tiffany is a certified Sound Therapist? What does that mean you may ask…
Just like yoga is more than movement, sound therapy is so much more than making sounds.
Sound healing uses different frequencies and harmonics to trigger different effects in the body, such as pain reduction, alleviating symptoms of depression, decreasing blood pressure and anxiety, and so much more.
Sound therapy requires training, case studies, experience, and knowledge about music theory, science, Eastern philosophy, and more. While, playing with these instruments at home for yourself can be fun and helpful in some cases, true sound therapy sessions require being able to distinguish dissonance in energy fields and knowing what to do and where to go throughout the session.